- Wikipedia: Timbuktu
Provides a hyperlinked profile of the city populated by the Songhay, Tuareg, Fulani, and Moorish people in the West African country of Mali. Features the geography and origins, legendary tales, education centers, and details about the city's modern decline.
- Timbuktu Educational Foundation
Nonprofit, non-political, educational institution founded for the purpose of preserving, restoring, and disseminating the intellectual contributions of the early African scholars from the Timbuktu Universities of Mali, West Africa.
- American International School of Bamako
Independent, coeducational, private day school which offers an educational program from pre-kindergarten (age 3) through grade 9.
- Dan Heller's Photos of Timbuktu, Mali
Photography collection from the African city of Timbuktu, located in West African country of Mali. Provides a brief history with interesting facts about the people and the land "of wealth and gold."
Entry from the Encyclopaedia Britannica detailing the city of Timbuktu ("Tombouctou" in French), in the West African nation of Mali. Includes links to the weather, mythology, extensive history, and satellite imagery.
- UNESCO World Heritage Centre: Timbuktu
Features a brief description of the city in West Africa, home of the prestigious Koranic Sankore University and other madrasas. Timbuktu, Mali, was an intellectual and spiritual capital and center for the propagation of Islam throughout Africa in the 15th and 16th centuries.
- USAID Mali
Promotes youth development programs, democracy, economic growth, information, and communications.
- Rise of Timbuktu, The
Article that explains the history of the city, including some pictures.